Taking a page from the Star Trek Into Darkness marketing campaign, the latest preview of Zack Snyder's Man of Steel shifts focus off of our hero and onto the major villain of this particular superhero piece, General Zod (Michael Shannon).
The Kryptonian General lets rip with the expected ominous threats against Superman (Henry Cavill) and the world he has chosen to protect: "For those of you who know his location, the fate of your planet rests in your hands," Zod says. "To Kal-El I say this: surrender in 24 hours or watch this world suffer the consequences."
But Zod is the only enemy Supes needs to be wary of. The trailer also gives us a look at the General's right-hand woman Faora (Antje Traue), who comes loaded up with pointed warnings of her very own: “For every human you save, we will kill a million more.”
Co-starring Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, Laurence Fishburne, Russell Crowe and Diane Lane, the Christopher Nolan-produced reboot is set for release nationwide on June 14. Advance tickets are already on sale but before you head over to snag yours, watch the new trailer after the cut!
With two summer blockbusters already doing major business at the movie theatre (i.e. Iron Man 3 and Star Trek Into Darkness) we're still waiting for Hugh Jackman's hirsute turn as the surly X-men character and a new trailer for James Mangold's spin-off brings some heat with gravity-defying fight scenes and, of course, a lot of angry Hugh running with his shirt off.
The Wolverine finds the titular clawed mutant running away from his past and it's only when Yukio (Rila Fukushima) comes looking for him, with the promise of being repaid for saving her boss' life, does Logan emerge from the shadows.
The new trailer shows a bit more footage from the movie and makes it clear that though Wolverine has known loss and pain, he isn't ready to give up and will fight until the bitter end, which makes him a survivor. And a threat.
Catch the latest trailer for The Wolverine, hitting theatres July 26, right now!
Director Zack Snyder is approaching Superman in a new light in the upcoming Man of Steel. Starting from his early life, we get to see a young Clark Kent struggle with his identity as he searches for a place to belong.
Snyder really emphasizes the fact that Superman is an alien from another planet who is on a quest to discover his roots and find out where in the universe he actually belongs since Earth, though it is his adoptive home, feels like foreign territory to him. A complex character, Clark Kent/Superman (Henry Cavill) is alienated by his own powers on Earth as he seeks the answer to the ultimate question: “Why am I here?”
Go behind-the-scenes of Man of Steel with Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Zack Snyder and producer Deborah Snyder after the jump!
Yes, it’s The Hangover for old people. But what do these guys have that Bradley Cooper and co. don’t? Oscars. Make that multiple Oscars.
Robert De Niro (Raging Bull, The Godfather: Part II), Morgan Freeman (Million Dollar Baby), Michael Douglas (Wall Street), and Kevin Kline (A Fish Called Wanda) are out to prove that the fun doesn’t have to stop once you’re in your late 60s (and above) in the first teaser trailer for Last Vegas.
The senior crew heads to Vegas for that quintessential rite of passage: the bachelor party. They’re ready to party like it’s 1959 as they celebrate the last weekend of single freedom for Billy (Douglas). It’s a lot of white hair, laughing, dancing, and drinking. What happens in Vegas will probably stay in Vegas since these guys will likely just forget they were ever there.
Watch the party unfold Vegas-style in the Last Vegas teaser after the jump!
Fanboy fave Guillermo del Toro embarks on his biggest project to date, the filmed-in-Toronto aliens and robots epic Pacific Rim that finds creatures from beyond visiting Earth not from the stars but from below, forcing humans to get creative to battle the intruders.
In del Toro's script, co-written by Travis Beacham (Clash of the Titans), that means massive robots piloted by humans are used as the first line of defence in the action film starring two Brits famous for their TV work, Idris Elba ("The Wire") and Charlie Hunnam ("Sons of Anarchy," "Freaks and Geeks") with Japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi (Brothers Bloom) rounding out the cast.
So besides explosions, this love letter to kaiju films like Godzilla features futuristic monsters fighting man-made ones where the connection between humans and machines becomes ever closer as this new technology soon becomes the best hope at saving humanity. Or as Elba puts it, "Today we are cancelling the apocalypse!"
And with a creative force like del Toro at the helm, who can forget Pan's Labyrinth, you can expect some truly fanciful images in this summer actioner.
Check out the full-length trailer after the jump.
It’s an all-star party-palooza at the end of the world! The stars of This is the End let us know what it’s like playing themselves in this video featurette about the apocalyptic party comedy.
There are dozens, yes dozens, of funny people in the upcoming comedy who all play exaggerated versions of themselves at the party to end all parties at James Franco’s house. A buddy film at heart, the end of the world antics begin when Canadian BFFs Jay Baruchel and Seth Rogen get together for celebrity-filled a weekend in L.A. with Rogen’s famous pals. Everyone from Jonah Hill, Michael Cera and Craig Robinson to Danny McBride, Aziz Ansari, and Emma Watson show up to party with James Franco, plus many, many, many more.
Find out why there ain’t no party like a James Franco party in the behind-the-scenes featurette beyond the cut!
In the rom-com from Love, Actually directorRichard Curtis, McAdams romantic affections are at the fate of a time travelling man named Tim. Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) has inherited the gift of time travel from his dad, played by Bill Nighy, who offers a few words of advice on how manipulating time has both its pros and cons. And of course, like any young, single man, he wants to use it to not only find a girlfriend, but continue to woo her without a single misstep until she falls madly in love with him.
We’re getting our first look at Gleeson, McAdams and Nighy in the movie which gets released in the UK a few months before it lands in North American theatres with the first international trailer.
See how time travel can improve your dating life in the trailer after the jump!
Sometimes the internet brings us wonderful things. With Baz Luhrmann’s amped up version of The Great Gatsby now playing in theatres, there has been a lot of attention placed on the somewhat-forgotten 1974 version of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel.
The 1974 film The Great Gatsby, directed by Jack Clayton (The Innocents) and adapted for the screen by none other than Francis Ford Coppola who came on board after Truman Capote was fired from the film. In this version of the film, a dashing Robert Redford plays Jay Gatsby, a young Mia Farrow is his Daisy Buchanan, Bruce Dern stars as Daisy’s husband Tom, and Sam Waterston ("Law & Order") as the quiet mid-westerner Nick Carraway.
You know what was missing from that Gatsby? Jay-Z songs. Luckily for us, the Clayton version of The Great Gatsbyhas been Baz Luhrmann-ized and re-cut to resemble the second theatrical trailer for 2013’s The Great Gatsby.
See what a re-imagined Gatsby with Robert Redford might look like today in the trailer beyond the cut, Old Sport.
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